What Will You Share with The Weekend Roundup?


I’ve had a lot of emails about the photo I have been using for the roundup, and as some folks did guess, this is definitely one of my cousin Esther’s cakes! She is incredibly talented, and I can definitely testify that her cakes taste just as beautiful as they look. I’m sorry I have yet to make this into a proper button for The Weekend Roundup, but I just have not had time!

Once again we had some fabulous posts last week, and I enjoyed them all. If I have yet to leave you a comment, please do forgive me, I am trying to blog and comment as normal while on holiday, but I have found myself running out of time! I really do appreciate you linking up, and I do visit every post. I will be back to commenting on every post in a couple of weeks.

I have chosen a couple of posts to feature this week. The first is this delicious seasonalBlueberry and Mango Salad from Chaya at Bizzy B Bakes.

Photo credit Bizzy B Bakes

Photo credit Bizzy B Bakes

And these spicy Grilled Moroccan Chicken Kabobs from Elsa at Elsa’s Cooking Diary sound like the perfect seasonal dish for summer entertaining.

Photo credit Elsa’s Cooking Diary

Photo credit Elsa’s Cooking Diary

Have you written a blog post you are proud of, or one that you would like to get a bit more well-deserved attention?  Maybe it’s a special recipe post, or a book or travel review, a piece about fashion, a craft or homemaking post? This is the place to share it! You can link up virtually any family friendly post, all I ask is that you please link back here so that others can join in.

Please share your favourite posts from this week. Posts about any family friendly subject are welcome!

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April is a writer, recipe developer, frequent traveller and blogger sharing travel, food, and style. Based in the south of England, April is a British Canadian who is passionate about family, hearth and home, healthy living (with treats!) and the transformative power of travel.
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